Rabbi Shteinman's condition improves slightly

Leading haredi rabbi's condition improves slightly, hospital moves him to internal medicine ward for continued observation.

Chana Roberts ,

Rabbi Shteinman
Rabbi Shteinman
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The condition of 104-year-old Lithuanian-haredi Torah Sage Rabbi Aharon Leib Shteinman, currently hospitalized in Bnei Brak's Mayanei Hayeshua Hospital, is slightly improved.

A spokesperson for Mayanei Hayeshua told Arutz Sheva that "there is an improvement in Rabbi Shteinman's condition. He has been transferred to the hospital's ward for internal medicine for continued observation."

Rabbi Shteinman was hospitalized on November 22 following a serious deterioration in his health. Prior to his hospitalization, Rabbi Shteinman arrived at the hospital as an outpatient in order to undergo testing. He was admitted as a patient the night of November 21.

The current hospitalization is Rabbi Shteinman's second in one month; he was released from Mayanei Hayeshua on November 5.